WPF paper on collective privacy accepted to Privacy Law Scholar’s Conference

WPF is pleased to announce that Executive Director Pam Dixon’s paper on the topic of collective privacy was selected for inclusion at the Privacy Law Scholars Conference from a large and highly competitive field. The paper is now available at the PLSC website as a confidential download for conference attendees. PLSC provides privacy scholars the opportunity for high-quality workshopping of new papers.

Professor Asaf Lubin is the commenter for Dixon’s paper. He is an Associate Professor of Law and Fellow at the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR), Indiana University Maurer School of Law. He is also an Affiliated Fellow, Information Society Project, Yale Law School. He holds additional academic positions, and his full bio may be found here.

The paper will be heard Friday, 31 May at 3:30 pm at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C.

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